reinvoke

reinvoke

(ˌriːɪnˈvəʊk)
vb (tr)
to invoke again or anew

reinvoke


Past participle: reinvoked
Gerund: reinvoking

Imperative
reinvoke
reinvoke
Present
I reinvoke
you reinvoke
he/she/it reinvokes
we reinvoke
you reinvoke
they reinvoke
Preterite
I reinvoked
you reinvoked
he/she/it reinvoked
we reinvoked
you reinvoked
they reinvoked
Present Continuous
I am reinvoking
you are reinvoking
he/she/it is reinvoking
we are reinvoking
you are reinvoking
they are reinvoking
Present Perfect
I have reinvoked
you have reinvoked
he/she/it has reinvoked
we have reinvoked
you have reinvoked
they have reinvoked
Past Continuous
I was reinvoking
you were reinvoking
he/she/it was reinvoking
we were reinvoking
you were reinvoking
they were reinvoking
Past Perfect
I had reinvoked
you had reinvoked
he/she/it had reinvoked
we had reinvoked
you had reinvoked
they had reinvoked
Future
I will reinvoke
you will reinvoke
he/she/it will reinvoke
we will reinvoke
you will reinvoke
they will reinvoke
Future Perfect
I will have reinvoked
you will have reinvoked
he/she/it will have reinvoked
we will have reinvoked
you will have reinvoked
they will have reinvoked
Future Continuous
I will be reinvoking
you will be reinvoking
he/she/it will be reinvoking
we will be reinvoking
you will be reinvoking
they will be reinvoking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reinvoking
you have been reinvoking
he/she/it has been reinvoking
we have been reinvoking
you have been reinvoking
they have been reinvoking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reinvoking
you will have been reinvoking
he/she/it will have been reinvoking
we will have been reinvoking
you will have been reinvoking
they will have been reinvoking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reinvoking
you had been reinvoking
he/she/it had been reinvoking
we had been reinvoking
you had been reinvoking
they had been reinvoking
Conditional
I would reinvoke
you would reinvoke
he/she/it would reinvoke
we would reinvoke
you would reinvoke
they would reinvoke
Past Conditional
I would have reinvoked
you would have reinvoked
he/she/it would have reinvoked
we would have reinvoked
you would have reinvoked
they would have reinvoked
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